The Miami Dolphins officially put tight end Dustin Keller on injured reserve after he suffered a nearly complete destruction of his knee in last Saturday’s game against the Houston Texans.
On paper, it’s an impressive array of speed (Mike Wallace) consistency (Brian Hartline and Brandon Gibson) and potential mismatches (Dustin Keller). But there have been countless NFL teams that looked great on paper, but never could translate the talent onto the field. For the Fins, the key will be forming a bond between the new players, like Wallace and Gibson, and Ryan Tannehill.
After a dismal performance against the Dallas Cowboys in the Hall of Fame game, the Miami Dolphins will return to the preseason field Friday night with a game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Chad Bumphis. Miami Dolphins fans probably couldn’t pick him out of a lineup, but the undrafted free agent wide receiver from Mississippi State University may be close to landing a roster spot with the Fins.
Despite spending tens of millions of dollars in guaranteed money, the Miami Dolphins looked very much like last year’s 7-9 squad in the first preseason game of the season, a 24-20 loss to the Dallas Cowboys.
The Miami Dolphins could be the only legitimate challenger to New England’s AFC East dominance.
The Hall of Fame Game is just days away, but the question remains whether Miami Dolphins wide receivers Brian Hartline and Mike Wallace will be ready to play.
Injuries are a part of every NFL training camp, but the Dolphins are starting to see injuries pile up at the position the team spent the most free agent money on this season, wide receiver.
The Miami Dolphins needed some wide receiver depth after Armon Binns suffered an injury in training camp. Wednesday, the team filled that need by signing Keenan Davis and Julius Pruitt.
It was just one scrimmage, but the early results from Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill should give Fins fans plenty of hope for the coming season.